Chase C. Satterthwaite

Chase C. Satterthwaite, 17, of Huntington, IN, died Saturday, Aug. 22, at 11:40 a.m., surrounded by his family.

He attended Northwest Elementary, Crestview Middle School and Huntington North High School. He played the violin, cello, drums and piano, and also played soccer.

He was born on Dec. 17, 2002, in Fort Wayne, to Rodney E. and Tiffany M. Stetzel Satterthwaite, and they survive.

Additional survivors include two brothers, Mason Satterwaite and Parker Satterwaite; and grandparents, Joyce Satterthwaite and Mike Stetzel.

Splash park demo


Photo by Lauren Winterfeld

Demolition has already begun at the Terry R. Abbett Splash Park in Drover Park in Huntington. An excavating crew was hard at work this morning, Aug. 26, just one day after the city council approved the renovation and improvement of the park's features and water system.

Joseph Allen Catterton

Joseph Allen Catterton, 76, of Kokomo, IN, and with family in Huntington, IN, died on Friday, Aug. 21, 2020, at 12:30 a.m. at his home.

Mr. Catterton served in the U.S. Army and National Guard during the Vietnam War. He also worked at General Motors for 36 years.

He was born on Sept. 6, 1943, in Wabash, to Joseph L. Catterton and Elizabeth "Loyett " Davidson Catterton. He was married Nancy (Bailey) Catterton for 31 years.

Margaret A. "Peg" Wilson,

Margaret A. "Peg" Wilson, 86, of Montpelier, IN, died Sunday, April 12, 2020, at 2:18 a.m. at Heritage Pointe in Warren, IN.

Mrs. Wilson graduated high school in Benton Harbor, MI. She then went to the Holy Cross school of nursing where she became a registered nurse. She worked at Caylor Nickel Medical Center in Bluffton and at the Blackford County Hospital in Hartford City. She was a member of Tri Kappa and the Tuesday Girls. She and her husband wintered in Sarasota, FL, where she volunteered at Tidewell Hospice.

Heading into home stretch


Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

Jill Gradeless (second from left) of the Parkview Huntington Family YMCA, points to the flock of plastic ducks floating toward the finish line during the Junior Achievement Duck Race fund-raiser event held Saturday, Aug. 22, at the YMCA. Gradeless declared the winners as they made it to the end of the pool, assisted by Paula Whiting (third from left). The race, which was closed to the public because of COVID-19 considerations, was livestreamed on Facebook.

Cool treat on a hot day


Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

Aubrey Martin, 5, of Warren, beats the heat by enjoying some ice cream at the Salamonie Summer Festival Saturday, Aug. 22. Festival events included a “family fun freeway” on the lawn of the Knight Bergman Center in Warren. Aubrey is the daughter of Hayley Martin.

The winners


Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

Sheri Yoder (left), of Warren, gives a high-five to her husband, Michael Yoder, after their team won the Family Feud competition during the Salamonie Summer Festival on Saturday, Aug. 22. Their team, rounded out by their sons Richard Shaw, Wyatt Yoder and Caileb Hoke, won the $100 cash prize and $75 in local merchant gift certificates.

 

Ready to show

Bill Miller, of Kokomo, relaxes under a bit of shade behind his 1927 Model T Ford he brought to the Car, Truck and Bike Show Saturday, Aug. 22. The show was part of the Salamonie Summer Festival events.

Fast money round


Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

Michael Yoder (left), of Warren, comes up with an answer posed by game host Treva Flemming during the Family Feud game held Saturday, Aug. 22, as part of the Salamonie Summer Festival. Yoder’s team came out on top in the event.

 

Making the shot


Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

Lakota Todd, 6, of Warren, fires off a shot into an inflatable basketball hoop as Brett Irelan (right) and Alexander Irelan, 18 months, stand by on Saturday, Aug. 22, during the Salamonie Summer Festival. The game was part of the “family fun freeway” on the Knight Bergman Center’s lawn.

 

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